London has many Vietnamese restaurants, but there\u2019s nowhere quite like east London. Kingsland Road that connects Dalston to Shoreditch has so many great eateries it\u2019s known as the \u201cpho mile\u201d. Londoners come in search of warming bowls of noodles, summer rolls and pho, naturally. And for the city\u2019s Vietnamese community, it\u2019s a taste of home \u2013 many of the places are family-run. Head down the pho mile for the best Vietnamese restaurants in Shoreditch. S\u00f4ng Qu\u00ea Caf\u00e9 One of the busiest spots on the \u2018pho mile\u2019 is S\u00f4ng Qu\u00ea Cafe. It\u2019s open from midday and is a great place to stop for a bowl of lunchtime pho. It\u2019s pretty massive too, great for laid back dinners with friends. There\u2019s no messing around with industrial lighting or overly-designed menus here \u2013 it\u2019s all about great value meals and delicious flavours. The menu is too broad to do justice, but spicy squid and soft shell crab are firm favourites among regulars. Banh xeo (Vietnamese pancake ) with tofu is a great option for veggies and vegans, and you can get it with chicken or prawns too. Viet Grill Another convivial spot for Vietnamese food is Viet Grill. It\u2019s actually part of a trio of east-London restaurants including C\u00e2y Tre and K\u00eau. With its 60s cocktail-lounge wallpaper and decent cocktail menu to boot \u2013 it's a great option for a lively Saturday night dinner. Stay upstairs if you want to be able to hold a conversation with your mates though, the basement gets a little noisy. But, the most satisfying sound is the sizzling grill, which as you might have guessed, is the speciality around here. Mains include B\u00f2 L\u00fac L\u1eafc (shaking beef), Th\u1ecbt Kho Tr\u1ee9ng - a slow braised pork stew and B\u00f2 Kho and C\u00e1 Kho T\u1ed9 a claypot catfish dish. Veggie and vegan options are a little more limited, buinclude C\u00e1 ri chay, an okra and aubergine curry, and pho with tofu and vegetable broth. There is also a set menu for per person. C\u00e2y Tre C\u00e2y Tre now also has a second restaurant in Soho, but this is the original. This one is smaller and more old school. Set up by owner Hieu Trung to bring decent Vietnamese food to London, his contribution is still keeping customers happy. For a budget-friendly lunch, grab the set menu which is two courses for wi8ith mains including pho (meat and veggie\/vegan options), sauteed aubergine with rice, and vermicelli dishes. B\u00fan, B\u00fan, B\u00fan This may be located on the \u201cpho mile\u201d but as the name suggests \u2013 the speciality is B\u00fan cha, a caramelised pork and vermicelli salad from Hanoi. The website tells you how to pronounce it: "boon", with a raised tone! The menu guides you through the different steps to layering up and getting the most out of your B\u00fan too. The rest of the menu is a mix of street food and staple dishes from across Vietnam, including Ph\u1edf \u0111\u1eadu chay (tofu and vegetable pho), C\u01a1m v\u1ecbt r\u00e1n (fried duck with sweet chilli sauce), and and Banh-mi Vietnamese baguettes. Mains range from - K\u00eau Banh Mi Deli, Shoreditch High Street A stone\u2019s throw from Kingsland Road, K\u00eau is a Vietnamese caf\u00e9 serving up banging banh mi and Saigon street food. Perfect for a quick lunch or cheap dinner \u2013 it\u2019s the best kind of fast food: full of zingy flavours and plenty of crunch. There are few meaty and non-meat based versions of the classic sandwich, including grilled tofu and aubergine, coconut curry and braised beef brisket - all at , and you know we value a good-quality sandwich around here. Other highlights include the chicken curry, wonton soup, and mixed-seafood pho, with mains priced around -13. Wash it all down with a Hanoi beer or a Saigon lime soda.